Friday, May 30, 2008

Remi...And Her Mystery Disease

Dr. Pink would like to introduce his new patient Remy. The Pawhealer team has actually been working with Remy for awhile.

She received herbs to help clear heat toxicity, and to clear heat from the stomach. Her problem is that she has a growth under her tongue. Not exactly cancer, but not normal.

The biggest problem is that she is loosing facial muscle...The PawHealing team is currently mulling over her new formulas.

We have been researching high and low....and we have found several formulas that we believe will help her face. We think the lump is gone now.

From: Brigette
Date: 5/6/2008 4:15:36 PM
Subject: Vet's Report for Ill Rottweiler

Hi Holly & Dr. Pink Pinkerton Herbalist Extraordinair,

This is a follow up to the conversation we have a little over a week ago. My 7 year old Rottweiler has deteriorated rapidly over the past few weeks. The vet found a mass under her tongue, the biopsy returned some cancerous cells were present. These are the most notable changes in physical and behavioral characteristics:

Lack of interest in favorite crunchy foods and chew toy.
Lethargic and significantly less playful.
Extreme sensitivity to noise.
Sleeping or resting more.
Depression-like overall behavior.

Loss of muscle structure in face giving her head a caved-in look on the left side.
Bone on top of head protrudes.
Soft stool and occasional blood in stool.
Flinch or whine when mouth/nose area is touched.

I've attached a few picture of REMI, 7 year old Rottweiler. Per your suggestion, I've included plenty of liver and buffalo meat in her diet. Anything you can suggest to aid her condition and make her well is greatly appreciated!

Dr. Pink and I are told that she does much better on the herbs.....our goal is to get her face to start to heal itself. That's when Dr. Pink and I will feel satisfied, and not until then!

Dr. Pink and I have our fingers, toes and tail crossed.....we want this next round of herbs to make Remy's face feel better.



A Picture & An E-mail Speak A 1000 words.....

From: Joy
Date: 5/30/2008 2:25:13 PM
Subject: Kit's collapsed trachea

Hi Holly, I must admit, when I received your herbs for lung heat, I was reluctant to try them with my 12 year old, Golden Retreiver, Kit. His asthmatic breathing had gotten a bit better. Then I went out of town for a week and he got off the liquid glucosamine and could barely walk due to his arthritis. When I got back, he was also wheezing again and I started the herbs, along with pain meds/gluc. Two weeks and he's a new dog! I am shocked and thrilled at how well your formulas worked. His breathing has completely returned to normal. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. The vet said he had a collapsed trachea and said there was nothing they could do for him because of his age and the danger of surgery. Keep up the good work. Arf! Arf!
Joy Kramer (Kit's mom)


Sunday, May 25, 2008

Goldie's Brave Fight....

Dr. Pink Pinkerton would like to introduce Goldie and she has bone cancer. Dr. Pink Pinkerton thinks that she is a very special dog indeed. She has bone cancer and she is fighting it every inch of the way.

Kevin (her person) came to looking for herbs that can help her quality of life. Dr. Pink Pinkerton and the pawhealer recommended two formulas that will help Goldie with her energy level and support her source Qi.

Goldie has been taking the formulas for a couple of months now and Dr. Pink Pinkerton is pleased to report that Kevin says she seems to be more comfortable.

What a brave dog...Kevin her owner just loves this dog.....The Pawhealing team salutes Goldie and Kevin for being brave during this very serious fight with bone cancer.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

PokeMan......NO MORE COUGH

Dr. Pink Pinkerton would like express his outrage....The picture of the pretty girl is PokeMan.....

The vet said her cough could not be stopped because she is so little and had a small windpipe....

Dr. Pink Pinkerton said nonsense to that baloney.....let the PawHealer team have at that bad supposedly collapsed trachea....

And BHAM.....we sent Pokeman the herbs....the 8 month ole little girl is fine. The vet said she would need to be put down.

Date: 5/11/2008 9:01:27 PM
Subject: Pokemon

Hi Holly
just want to say thank you so much for helping our baby girl Pokemon to get better! We had almost lost all hope after 3 vet visits & treatments of antibiotics, then to see her continually get worse! Out of desperation I did a web search about Collapsed Trachea & found you! We felt we had nothing to lose by giving your remedy a try, & I am so glad we did! The improvement with her coughing & honking is a real miracle! We cannot Thank You enough, keep up the good work!
John & Sharon


Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Update on Sherlock! She's Beating Her Lymes Disease...

Dr. Pink Pinkerton would like to bring the blog up to date....he is please as punch to receive this update from Wendy (Sherlock's person). The proof is in the lab test says Dr. Pinky Pinkerton, herbalist extraordinarie.

Here is Sherlock's link for those people who want to read her story! Dr. Pinky Pinkerton is strutting his stuff...Thanks for the update Wendy!

Good news on Sherlock's liver enzymes. They've decreased to just over 600 (from 800-900). He said her count is not "normal" (usually normal is around 120 or so), but that it has decreased enough that he doesn't need to see her again until August unless she becomes ill again. He also told me that her count this time was even better than her count last December (and that was before she got so sick this spring).

So, I still have about 1/4 bottles left of the liver enzymes and Lyme's Disease medicine. Her tail doesn't droop so much---it droops every once in a while now instead of all the time. Her endurance still isn't 100% as I mentioned in my last email, but improving. She's is only "trotting" in our walks and still hasn't been real good at running yet. She still has a runny nose, but not "dripping" as badly. Her BMs have become more dry and come in many small droppings instead of more solid, longer BMs. I'm not sure if that's due to the medicine or new dog food I put her on which has a little clay in it to suck the yucky stuff off the lining of her gut--could be a change occurring in her gut with the new dog food???? Her fur still appears a little dry than what I'm use to seeing on her. What do you want me to do, Holly?

Thanks for helping my pooch and her liver!!!!!


Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Meet Barnum....Working Away At His Lipomas

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton, the herbalist extraordinaries, and the host of this site (he is the handsome fellow on the header pictured above) would like to take this opportunity to introduce Barnum a Beagle friend of his.

Dr. Pink is happy to report that Barnum is having great success with our Dissolve formula which breaks apart those ugly fatty tumors. Here is Anna's message directed tot he PawHealing team;

From: To:
Subject: Dissolve all over

About one week ago I had received the dissolve all over. I have a large Beagle. He is about 45 pounds. I started him on the higher dosage and after three days went to the normal. He has a very large fat tumor, it was diagnosed by a vet, he is 13 years old and I see a difference in him since I started him on it. My question to you is after the two months of treatment and hopefully it shrinks down, it is very large about the size of a cantaloupe, is there a maintenance dosage? I understand that once it is stopped that the heat returns. Please advise me on how much to give him and what treatment after. Anna

Here is her second message with a little more information

Thank you for responding so quickly. I have noticed that the heat from the lump has subsided and it is not so hard. I had measured him before we started the dose and I plan on measuring him every Monday. The first time I had measured him he was 35 inches around and as of Monday he measured at 34 1/2. He still is licking his paws and the tags that he has are still there but I am hoping that soon it will heal. I would like to make sure that I am giving him the right dosage. He is about 45 lbs. and as I said he is a tall and large boned too. I started with 2 tablespoons that came with the powder 3 times a day. If that is not the correct dosage please let me know. I would like to keep him on the higher dosage if you feel that it would do him better. He has been on it so far 2 weeks. Thank you for your help. Anna


Friday, May 9, 2008

Dr. Pink Pinkerton Introduces Sherlock...Lyme's Disease

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton has been working with Wendy and her dog Sherlock (Shirley). Here is another dog that has been struck down by ticks which Dr. Pink Pinkerton thinks are the scourge of the earth.

DAMN THOSE TICKS...he rants and raves to me...The PawHealer.....

The team has Sherlock on two herbal formulas....and will continue to post how Shirley does....

From: Wendy E
Date: 4/15/2008 4:33:36 PM
Subject: question on Lyme's

My 12-year-old dog has had Lyme's for about 2 years now. The vet has her on milk thistle. Her liver enzymes are very, very high right now. She has weakness in her back legs and many other symptoms from Lyme's. Do you have any recommendations for this?


Wendy Eaton, Indiana

From: Wendy
Date: 4/28/2008 6:22:51 PM
Subject: Re: question on Sherlock's meds

I think I still feel a little heat in the hips, but not as much as before. She still is sleeping quite a bit, especially if I just have taken her on a longer walk. Also when walking her, she still fatigues but not as badly. Sometimes she just lays in her bed with her eyes open . . . kind of like she just doesn't feel well. I haven't noticed any chills lately or shivers. I have, on occasion, touched her head and it feels like she has a temperature, but her nose is nice and moist and black (not dry). She still has a running nose. Sometimes it's dripping (seems more than usual). Her breathing is still loud at times when she is falling asleep and when sleeping. I haven't heard any phlegm noise, but I haven't taken my stethoscope to her lungs either. One change I have noticed since I put her on the herbs is how she holds her tail . . . it's like she has a hard time holding it up. It seems like it's too heavy to hold up or limp. She has NOT wet the bed since I've put her on the herbs. Overall, I think she has improved in her back leg strength by about 50%. She still seems weak at times and looks like she doesn't feel well. But, I just started her on the liver enzyme herbs. Maybe that will make a difference within the next week or so. She also is still very "clingy" to me at times--like she wants to be near me because she's not feeling well (if you know what I mean?).

Let me know what you think or want me to do. Thank you so much. Wendy


Dr. Pink's Update On Robin

Dr. Pink Pinkerton, herbalist extraordinaries, received this update from Robin yesterday. She tells him that she is back in the swing of things, although she is carrying some extra baggage!

Dr. Pink remembers when Robin could barely get up because of the residual effects of Lyme's disease. Viki who is Robin's person has been so wonderful, such a great dog mom.

Dr. Pink Pinkerton salutes Vicki for her care of the very sick Robin who is on her way to recovery.

From: Vicki L.
Date: 5/8/2008 2:41:31 PM
To: 'PawHealer'
Subject: Robin

Great News!

Last night we finally got good enough weather to start holding our outdoor agility classes. Robin participated in her class for the first time in 2 YEARS!!!!!! She is still heavy, but if she continues to improve and move more, she may get back to competitive weight yet.

I took her to my craniosacral therapist this Monday. We tried doing an Ionic footbath with Robin and got LOTS of ugly stuff out the bottom of her feet. I continue to soak her in Epsom salts at home when she seems to be in need of releasing toxins.

Just thought you’d like to know. We are on maybe the 4th day of her new powders.


Vicki and Robin


Thursday, May 8, 2008

Dr. Pink Pinkerton would like to share another picture and story of his furry patients. He says she's another beauty and he is wowed by her. And most importantly he is happy to report that the Collapsed Trachea formula worked for Ms. Little Dixie.

HI Dr Pink Pinkerton and PawHealer;

Please find enclosed a picture of your patient and my Dixie.
She was found near the woods in the country full of ticks and fleas with her hair so matted it had to be cut off before she could be brushed. My daughter found her and I agreed to take her as a buddy for our 15 year old pom. Sassy. They are great friends and they are my little angels. I am so greatful that God sent her to me! I've had her since last Sept. She is on a weight loss food prescribed by my vet and made by Science Diet. She has lost some but it goes off slow like us!

You must love the animals a lot to study so long and hard.
I will be ordering again soon and this time, you won't have to wait until my check clears, you will know it is good so maybe you can ship sooner. I will keep it on hand, maybe I can give it to her differently after the 30 days is up?? Will need to know that.

I am praying that you can find the right formula for the dogs and cats that haven't gotten relief yet.



Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Meet Hardy......Allergies Galore!

Pink Pinkerton would like you to meet Hardy. She is a repeat customer of the website. Dr. Pink has been working with her person to once and for all get rid of this girl's allergies.

Hardy's wheezing has been so bad that it was starting to affect her quality of life. Cary (her person) first ordered the collapsed trachea did some good, but it didn't do the job. The team recommended that Cary look into doing a formula for sinuses....and he did it....

Dr. Pink Pinkerton is pleased as pink to say that his furry patient Hardy is on the road to recovery.

I don't want to speak to soon ,but I think she is quite a bit better and the wheezing/ sneezing is much less, even though she still will have a few attacks each day- the herbs seem to be working. I am keeping my fingers crossed she keeps improving.She seems to be a bit more energetic and playful as well, and beck to bossing me around. No more rabbit kills thank God but the cats live in living hell. She is now being bothered by her foot which must have a sore spot but she is mean about looking at it and tries to bite me. I will check it out better tomorrow, when she was a little baby one of my horses pushed his stall door open and it wedged her foot under it she was in allot of pain and I think that it has bothered her a bit throughout the years off and on and we also have sand spurs which are very painful if you get 1 in your foot.The toads aren't out yet-- that's another crisis when they arrive!!
Do you know Dr Thomas at For Love of The Horse?
He has saved my Cushing's foundered mare with his formula's he is so wise and no one said she could be saved and to put her down, she is now running around her paddock like a young filly enjoying the grass which she could never handle before because of laminitis.When I found Dr. Thomas the mare was in really bad shape and couldn't stand but for a few minutes at a time this went on for 6 months-- She was on so much medication without it helping I finally quit all pain medicine and percolide which she had been on for years now I have her sound enough to ride lightly and only on the Chinese herbs. If you have never been to his site it's worth checking out the forum at Thanks for all your help I am eternally grateful. Take Care, Cary

From Charlotte from somewhere in the midwest...

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton (the handsome fellow on the header) is always happy to hear from his patients. He normally prefers to post about them with pictures, but he is wanting to start strutting "his stuff" he has instructed me, The PawHealer, to put up information about ALL of his furry patients.

Who am I to argue with Dr. Pink Pinkerton, herbalist extraordinare?

Dr. Pink wants you to meet Charlotte. This was Charlotte's first time using herbal medicine for her dog Dixie who had a cough due to a collapsed trachea.


Dixie is improving and per our phone conversation, you mentioned that she might need a tonic when she finishes her med. That will be about 20 more days.
do you think she will have to stay on the herbs after the 30 days or just wait and see? Also how much is the tonic? She sneezes now and the cough is very infrequent.
Is it possible that she will be cured? When she does cough it is generally when she is excited to see me. My vet did not hear anything to indicate a heart problem when he listened, he did mention that her heart could be enlarged which would show on an x-ray. So far, I am very pleased with the herb mix.



Thursday, May 1, 2008

Meet Robin...Fighing Lyme Disease...

Wow....Dr.. Pink Pinkerton was bowled over by the beauty of this Ms. Robin. She's a looker he tells me!

But sadly Dr. Pink Pinkerton has been working with Vicki, Robin's person, in order to help this beauty recover from a tick bite that caused her to become ill with Lyme's disease from those damn tick bites.

Errrrrr,,,,,,damn those ticks says Dr. Pink Pinkerton.

The Pawhealer Team is getting ready to send out the second batch of herbs to Vicki....we conferred with experts in the field and they felt that we should layer our herbs with more exterior heat clearing herbs.

We are doing a blend of xiao chai hu tang modified with some herbal antibiotics. Dr Pink wants his readers to understand that Lyme's disease is one that lies half on the interior of Robin's body and half on the exterior. It is Dr. Pink's job to help Robin push that evil heat pathogen out of Robin's body so that she can recover more swiftly.

Dr. Pink also has provided a formula called sheng ling bai zhu san and wei ling san to help with Robin's digestive issues, which are water retention and weight gain.

Hi Holly,

I wanted to update you on how it is going with Robin. I upped her dosage of the powder to a large teaspoon twice a day. She is tolerating it well in the congee, but since I feed small amounts of her food due to her weight issue, I don’t want to make her food almost totally medicine and no actual food. She has improved in general but starting yesterday and this morning she is back to licking herself and her eyes are really irritated and weeping. She also has a lameness in her right front that seems to come and go. Earlier this year after we had been out snowshoeing with the dogs she developed a sore right front. After watching it for several days she suddenly got very ill with a high fever and her foot started swelling. The vet determined that she had stepped on something and gotten a bacterial infection through her foot. We treated her with anti-biotics and it went away but now and then recurs as a lameness there. She is getting to the last 1/3 or so of her bottle of powder so I am wondering where we go from here with the symptoms we have and if I should stay with the amount of powder she is getting or should raise or lower the dosage. I guess I was not clear on whether to be giving her 1 teaspoon twice a day for a total of 2 a day or more than that. Since she had trouble tolerating it in the beginning, my approach has been conservative. She has been through so much in the last two years.

So---do we try a different formula with the symptoms she is presenting now or stay with what we are doing? Do you have any ideas for the lameness and the body inflammation in the mucus membranes causing the vaginal itch and eye inflammation?

Thanks for your help!

Vicki and Robin


Update On Dixie.....Say Good Bye to Unsightly Lumps!

Dr. Pinky Pinkerton loves to show off his achievements....Remember Dixie, she is the senior citizen that had two Lipomas, one was the size of a base ball on her right hip, so big she could not hardly walk.

Dr. Pink (the handsome fellow in the header with the glasses, look closely)is happy to report that her person Jan, says Dixie is doing fantastic.

Ya gotta Luv It!

From: JAN
Date: 4/30/2008 8:07:12 AM
To: PawHealer
Subject: AMAZING

Just a little update......

Dixie improves daily. Yesterday, she went on her first walk in about six months. She went approximately a quarter of a mile. She was exhausted, but very happy.

Yesterday, I made Dixie and Max turkey, kidney beans, carrots, green beans, brown rice and sweet potato in the pressure cooker. Man, these are some HAPPY dogs. They love the food, have no digestive problems and their coats get shinier and pretty every day.

We are so thankful EVERY day for your help. The tumor is shrinking before our very eyes. It was so big before, that when she was laying down, her hind paws were up in the air. That no longer happens.




Good Bye To Sweet Jeff

This is the sad part....Dr. Pink Pinkerton and I shed a tear today for Colleen and Sweet Jeff.

It so saddens us when we lose these dear sweet dogs.

Here is the good bye from Colleen.....

Just wanted to let you know that we took Jeff yesterday to be put down. Most of you know that he had been in congestive heart failure for the past month and that we tried a few ways to help him, but the abdominal swelling continued and he became weaker over time. He did have good days when we thought we had turned a corner, but then he would falter once more. I miss him so much.

It never ceases to amaze me what perfect gifts our animal companions are, and how much pure Love exists when they are here. Added thanks from the heart to those who have shared in his care in these last few weeks. I just wanted to let you know.

Big love,
"Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace..."

St. Francis